OCRTIS

AcronymDefinition
OCRTISOffice Central pour la Répression du Trafic Illicite des Stupéfiants (French: Central Office for the Repression of Illicit Traffic of Narcotics)
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The reinforcement of OCRTIS resources in the Caribbean continued in 2013 with the establishment in Fort-de-France, Martinique of an OCRTIS satellite office that focuses on financial assets of criminal networks involved in drug trafficking.
In February 2012, former Interior Minister Claude Gueant announced the creation in Fort-de-France of an OCRTIS satellite office that will focus on financial assets of criminal networks involved in drug trafficking.
During 2010, the DEA's Paris Country Office and the French Office Central Pour la Repression Du Trafic Illicite Des Stupefiants (OCRTIS), continued to routinely share operational intelligence and support one another's investigations.
During 2007, the DEA's Paris Country Office and the French Office Central Pour la Repression Du Trafic Illicite Des Stupefiants (OCRTIS), continued to routinely share operational intelligence and support one another's investigations.
Since October 2001, the DEA's Paris Country Office and OCRTIS have been working together on operations that have resulted in the seizure and/or dismantling of 29 operational, or soon-to-be-operational clandestine MDMA (Ecstasy) laboratories, the arrests of more than 51 individuals worldwide, and 19 lab seizures in the United States, two in France, three in Germany, two in Australia, and one each in Ireland, New Zealand and Spain.
Although no significant changes were made to law enforcement strategies, "L'Office central de repression du traffic-illicite de stupefiants" (OCRTIS) seized more that eight metric tons of hashish destined for Europe from Pakistan in a single seizure in mid-2006.